Louis S. Santiago

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University of California, Riverside, Riverside, CA, United States 
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Plant Physiological Ecology
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Stephen Mulkey grad student 2003 UF Gainesville
 (Leaf traits of canopy trees on a precipitation gradient in Panama: Integrating plant physiological ecology and ecosystem science.)
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Rose-Person A, Santiago LS, Rafferty NE. (2024) Drought stress influences foraging preference of a solitary bee on two wildflowers. Annals of Botany
Ávila-Lovera E, Haro R, Choudhary M, et al. (2024) The benefits of woody plant stem photosynthesis extend to hydraulic function and drought survival in Parkinsonia florida. Tree Physiology
Schönbeck L, Arteaga M, Mirza H, et al. (2023) Plant physiological indicators for optimizing conservation outcomes. Conservation Physiology. 11: coad073
Ibsen PC, Santiago LS, Shiflett SA, et al. (2023) Irrigated urban trees exhibit greater functional trait plasticity compared to natural stands. Biology Letters. 19: 20220448
Martínez-Vilalta J, Santiago LS, Poyatos R, et al. (2021) Towards a statistically robust determination of minimum water potential and hydraulic risk in plants. The New Phytologist
Meunier F, Verbeeck H, Cowdery B, et al. (2021) Unraveling the relative role of light and water competition between lianas and trees in tropical forests: A vegetation model analysis. The Journal of Ecology. 109: 519-540
Ávila-Lovera E, Garcillán PP, Silva-Bejarano C, et al. (2020) Functional traits of leaves and photosynthetic stems of species from a sarcocaulescent scrub in the southern Baja California Peninsula. American Journal of Botany. 107: 1410-1422
Ávila-Lovera E, Blanco H, Móvil O, et al. (2020) Shade tree species affect gas exchange and hydraulic conductivity of cacao cultivars in an agroforestry system. Tree Physiology
De Guzman ME, Acosta-Rangel A, Winter K, et al. (2020) Hydraulic traits of Neotropical canopy liana and tree species across a broad range of wood density: implications for predicting drought mortality with models. Tree Physiology
Pouzoulet J, Pivovaroff AL, Scudiero E, et al. (2020) Contrasting adaptation of xylem to dehydration in two Vitis vinifera L. sub-species Vitis: Journal of Grapevine Research. 59: 53-61
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